• Say Yes to 504 Loans with Third-Party Interim Loans

    Community Business Finance provides businesses with fixed-rate financing for major fixed assets such as office buildings, retail buildings, warehouse facilities, heavy equipment, and commercial vessels. Projects are typically financed with two loans: a first lien loan through a commercial lending partner for 50% of the project cost and a second lien loan for 30% - 40% of the project cost, financed by Community Business Finance through the sale of a debenture bond. The borrower provides up to a 20% down payment, but typically only 10%.

  • Bridging the Gap with Third-Party Lenders

    Community Business Finance is committed to helping businesses achieve their dreams with our 504 Loan Program. We provide businesses with financing for major fixed assets such as office buildings, retail buildings, warehouse facilities, heavy equipment, and commercial vessels. Projects are typically financed with two loans: a first lien loan through a commercial lender for 50% of the project cost and a second lien loan for 30% - 40% of the project cost, financed by Community Business Finance. The borrower provides a 10% - 20% down payment.

  • Bridge Financing and the 504 Loan Program

    Bringing the right people together is important to the success of any project and Community Business Finance will help. As a dynamic resource for the business community, we believe in working with your lender to offer the best loan terms for your business.

    As experts in SBA Loans, we will lay the foundation for a successful loan process. Through our 504 Loan Program, we provide businesses with financing for major fixed assets such as office buildings, retail buildings, warehouse facilities, heavy equipment, and commercial vessels.

  • Bridge Financing and the 504 Loan Program

    Community Business Finance is committed to helping businesses achieve their dreams with our 504 Loan Program. We provide businesses with financing for major fixed assets such as office buildings, retail buildings, warehouse facilities, heavy equipment, and commercial vessels. Projects are typically financed with two loans: a first lien loan through a commercial lender for 50% of the project cost and a second lien loan for 30% - 40% of the project cost, financed by Community Business Finance. The borrower provides a 10% - 20% down payment.